What does that mean?
It is finally November, the month with a holiday meant for reflection and giving thanks.
We spend so much time wanting more and more and being so ungrateful, but I believe it is high time to change that.
It is so easy to point out things that aren’t going right, or things we wish we had; however, it is vital for us to take time to reflect on what we have to be thankful for.
Why do we expect to be blessed with more if we aren’t thankful for what we already have?
Being thankful shouldn’t be reserved to just one Thursday a year, we should practice gratuity every single day!
You have breath, your needs are met, indoor plumbing exists, we rarely ever have to fear for our lives, many of us have jobs and families, many of us have vehicles and phones, and all of us have much more to be thankful for than we ever take the time to realize.
I hope you will join me for the rest of this year and take time each day to simply be thankful for what you have, what you’ve survived, and what’s still possible.
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